dgskorpus_nue_08: Experience of Deaf Individuals

Topics Communication: Communication with Hard of Hearing People; Communication: Communication with Hearing People; Deaf Culture: Identity as a Deaf Person; Family and Relatives: Education; Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Cochlear Implant (CI); Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Hearing Aid; School and Education; School and Education: Boarding School; School and Education: Education; Society: Hearing-Deaf; Society: Identity as a Deaf Person

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My everyday life, well.
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I1^
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* alltag
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So, usually I just meet up with other deaf people and we get up to something.
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MOST1A meistens
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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MOST1A meistens
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-MEET1* treffen
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AWAY1^*
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I’m also noticing deaf people go out more and know how to get to different meeting points with trains or the subway.
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ALREADY1B schon
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TO-MEMORISE1* bemerkt
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MORE1 mehr
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A* kennen
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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TRAIN1A zug
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SUBWAY2B* u bahn
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TO-MEET1
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$GEST^
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How to arrange a meet-up via text message.
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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They know a lot about means of transportation.
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TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2^* s-m-s
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kennen
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AGREEMENT1*
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Everything works well among themselves. MORE1 mehr
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TO-SWARM1^
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TRAFFIC1B verkehrsmittel
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Yes, yes.
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YES2
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$MORPH-MEANS1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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It’s easy for them to go away on a trip.
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EASY1*
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AWAY1^* [MG]
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CAN2A
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Yes, I once took a hearing woman along that had no idea where she had to go and kept checking her map.
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YES1A*
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HEARING1A hörend EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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WAS1
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ONCE1 einmal
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HEARING1A* hörend
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PAST1^
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COME-HERE1
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HEARING1A* hör{end}
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$GEST^
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NO-CLUE1 [MG]
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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ORIENTATION1A^* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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I looked at her and went, “I don’t even need a map, I just figure it out when I’m there or ask the people.“
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I2 [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT2* [MG]
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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I1 [MG]
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PERSON1 leute
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QUESTION1 frage
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$PROD*
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Even though she could hear, she didn’t ask for anything but instead took her map with her.
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ALTHOUGH2* obwohl
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SELF1A*
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HEARING1A hörend
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PERSON1 leu{te}
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QUESTION1 frage
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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NO1A*
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TO-HOLD-PAPER1A*
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TO-BRING-ALONG2 mit
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Deaf people are more open to asking others, for example how to get to the swimming pool or something like that.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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EGG3C^* bereit
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QUESTION1 frag
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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TO-SWIM1
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WHERE1A wo
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OR5* oder
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You just use short, comprehensible signs.
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EASY1 einfach
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SHORT2* kurz
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TO-SIGN1A
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TO-UNDERSTAND1
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That’s easier.
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EASY1 einfach
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I do believe that we travel more often [than hearing people].
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ALREADY1B schon
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REMARK1 bemerkt
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MORE1 mehr
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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$GEST^
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It’s a different culture.
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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FEELING3^ kultur
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We visit more, different cities.
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MORE1 mehr
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CULTURE1A
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TO-BELONG1
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DIFFERENCE1B verschieden
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CITY2* städte
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TO-DRIVE1*
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Hearing people are always in their own city and stay there.
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HEARING1A hörend
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ONLY2B nur
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EQUAL1A [MG]
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CITY2* stadt
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AS-ALWAYS1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Deaf people don’t. They go to Berlin, to Hamburg, to meet other deaf people.
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TO-MEET1
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TO-DRIVE1*
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BERLIN1A berlin
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HAMBURG2* hamburg
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$GEST-OFF^
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DIFFERENT1 andere
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*||$INDEX1
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TO-MEET1* treff treffen
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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Usually you just go somewhere and meet new people.
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MOST1A* meist
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TO-DRIVE1* [MG]
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NEW1A neu
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PERSON1 leute Exactly, new faces.
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TO-GET-TO-KNOW1 kennenlernen
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NEW1A neu
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FACE1 gesicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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For hearing people, it’s always the same people.
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HEARING1A hörend
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SAME4 [MG]
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It’s different for them.
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TO-BELONG1 They have their group.
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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GROUP1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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They’re always in the same city and find new faces there.
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AMONG-EACH-OTHER3
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ONLY2B nur
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SAME2A selbe
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CITY2* stadt
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AMONG-EACH-OTHER3*
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ALSO1A auch
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NEW4A* neu
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FACE1 gesicht
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But deaf people can’t adapt as well to the hearing people.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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CAN2A* kann nicht
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HEARING1A hörend
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Yes. TO-ADJUST1 anpassen
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YES2 $GEST-OFF^
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They have to travel to different cities.
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MUST1A muss
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DIFFERENCE1B verschieden
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CITY2* städte
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TO-BELONG1^*
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Usually, it’s typical for deaf people that somebody plans something last minute.
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MOST1A meist
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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LAST1A letzte
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MINUTE2* minute
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COME-HERE1
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AWAY1
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You arrange to meet up to go swimming, to the city, different stuff, just shortly before.
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LAST1A letzte
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MINUTE2* minute
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TO-SWIM1 schwimmen
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OR5* oder
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CITY2 stadt
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OR5* oder
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$GEST-OFF^
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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$GEST-OFF^
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Most of the deaf people always look around while they’re talking.
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MOST1A meist
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TO-SEE1*
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LIKE6*
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ALWAYS1A immer
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TO-LOOK-AT5*
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TO-SIGN1A unter{halten}
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TO-LOOK-AT5*
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If you see something new, you call the other person’s attention to it.
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WHAT2* was
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NEW1A neu
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PLEASE1B
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$INDEX1
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TO-SEE1* schau
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TO-SPOT2
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Then you talk about new things.
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$INDEX1
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TALK2A unterhalten
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NEW1A neu
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Hearing people don’t really pay attention to that as deaf people do: they walk alongside each other and just talk cluelessly and don’t take in their surroundings.
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HEARING1A
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MORE1* mehr
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CARELESS3A [MG]
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TO-SPEAK2^* [MG]
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TO-FOLLOW1A [MG]
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CARELESS3A*
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Deaf people are different, there are two different cultures.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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$GEST^
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DIFFERENT1 [MG]
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FEELING3 kultur
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CULTURE1A
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They’re different, yes.
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HIS-HER1 DIFFERENT1 anders
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To me, the everyday life of a deaf person is normal.
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I1
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FOR1 für
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MY1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* alltag
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$GEST-OFF^
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LIKE3A wie
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TO-LIVE1A*
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USUAL1 normal
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$GEST-OFF^
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You sign a lot and meet other deaf people that you surround yourself with.
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YES1A
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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TO-SIGN1A gebärden
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YES1A* ja
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AND2B und
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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WITH1A mit
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-MEET1*
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HAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH1 zu tun
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$GEST-OFF^
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But you met up with the most people during your time at school.
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MOST1B [MG]
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SCHOOL1A schule
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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$INDEX1
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$GEST^
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TO-MEET1*
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At first, there’s school, then the boarding school where you would sign a lot.
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SCHOOL1A schule
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THEN1A* dann
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BOARDING-SCHOOL1A internat
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$GEST-OFF^
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MORE1* mehr
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TO-SIGN1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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There were more news, it was interesting.
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MORE1* mehr
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NEW4B* neues
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INTEREST1A inter{essant}
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$GEST-OFF^
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Now, I’m not in school anymore.
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NOW3* jetzt
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I1 ich
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NOT-ANYMORE1A n{icht mehr}
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SCHOOL4 schule
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NOT-ANYMORE1B* nicht mehr
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$GEST-OFF^
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I work in a predominantly hearing company.
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I1
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TO-JOIN1A*
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TO-JOIN1A*
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TO-WORK1 arbeitsleben
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TO-LIVE1E
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HEARING1A hörend
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COMPANY1B fir{ma}
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TO-JOIN1A*
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It changed a little bit there.
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BIT3* bisschen
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TO-CHANGE1A* [MG]
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That was confusing, suddenly being surrounded by hearing people.
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LIKE4A* wie
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SOLIDIFIED1*
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NOW3*
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HEARING1A hörend
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TO-SWARM1^*
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TO-BE-CONFUSED1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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Before that I felt comfortable in my everyday life, but in a company with hearing people I don’t anymore.
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LIKE4A* wie
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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WELL1 sehr wohl
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$INDEX2*
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I1 aber
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HEARING1A hörend
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TO-JOIN1A*
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COMPANY1A firma
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NOT5 nicht
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WELL1 wohl
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I’m bored during the breaks.
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PAUSE1* pause
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BOREDOM1 #name2weile
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TO-RESTRAIN1A^
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I get that. There are two sides.
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CAN2A $GEST^ [MG]
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TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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I1
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I prefer the everyday life of deaf people.
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I1*
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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RATHER1*
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$GEST^
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In school you would always meet other deaf people inside the deaf world.
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SCHOOL1A schule
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-MEET2A
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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WORLD1 welt
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$GEST^
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That was good.
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WAS1 war
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FOR1 für mich
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I1
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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LIKE-THIS1
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But it can’t always be like that.
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$GEST^ aber
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TO-GO1A* geht
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NOT3A nicht
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$GEST-OFF^
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In my everyday life at school, I just sit in classes where the teachers use LBG [signed German].
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Now/
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I2 ich
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THERE1*
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NOW3*
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SCHOOL1A schule
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I2
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* täglich
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I2
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TO-TEACH1 unter{richt}
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT2^*
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TO-SIGN1A
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SIGNED-GERMAN1 l-b-g
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I just look at them and talk to my seatmate.
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I2 [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT2^*
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I2
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TO-SIGN1D*
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TO-SIGN1G*
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That’s my everyday life.
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I1 auch
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ALSO1A
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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It doesn’t work without sign language.
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1
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WITHOUT1 ohne
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TO-SIGN1G* [MG]
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CAN2A*
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It’s just a part of my life.
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LIKE-THIS1^* so
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IN-CONTAINED2
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MY1
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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That’s true.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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IN3
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It’s still better with LBG, though.
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$INDEX1 mit
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SIGNED-GERMAN1 l-b-g
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BETTER1* besser
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Back in the day, schools were horrible. Everything was done orally, there were no signs.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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SCHOOL1A* schule
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BAD3D schlimm
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ORAL1* oral
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$GEST-OFF^
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WITHOUT1 ohne
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-SIGN3A
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ZERO6A* null
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$GEST-OFF^
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LBG, oh well.
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SIGNED-GERMAN1 l-b-g
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Still, sign language is more comfortable for me.
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem Nowadays there’s a lot of sign language, it’s getting better and better.
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NOW3 jetzt
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TO-SIGN1G*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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MORE1 mehr
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PLEASANT2 angenehm
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TO-SIGN1A
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BETTER1 besser
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ATTENTION1A^*
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$GEST-OFF^
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A teacher has asked me before, “You guys always sign with each other. When do you stop?
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ALREADY1A schon mal
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TEACHER5* lehrer
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ONCE1 einmal
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QUESTION1^* frag
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$INDEX1
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THROUGH1A durch
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TO-SIGN1A
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$GEST-OFF^*
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WHEN5 wann
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$INDEX1 aufhören
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DONE1B*
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$GEST-OFF^
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Where are the news?"
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WHERE1B wo
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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NEW1A* [MG]
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The two of us are together at boarding school, we’re in the same class, we have the same friends, everything is the same.
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I2
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BOTH2B* internat
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BOARDING-SCHOOL1B
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BOTH2B* wir
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EQUAL1A gleich
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CLASS5 klasse
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Really, do you share a room, as well?
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YES1A*
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EQUAL1A* gleich
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TO-RING-BELL2^ pause
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TO-ACCOMPANY1A^
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CHAMBER1B zimmerkollege
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EQUAL1A* gleich
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COLLEAGUE1A*
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BOTH1* gleich
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That’s why we were asked, “What news are there to talk about?
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$INDEX1
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QUESTION1
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WHERE1A wo
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NEW1A neu
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WHAT1A [MG]
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You must be talking about the same things all the time.“
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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$GEST-OFF^
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EQUAL4
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TO-SIGN1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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I told the teacher that we were philosophizing and exchanging opinions.
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I1
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WHAT1A [MG]
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TO-TELL4* erzählen
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$ORAL^ von
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PAST1*
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I2
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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OPINION1B* meinung
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DISCUSSION1A^
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DIFFERENCE1A^*
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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There’s always something new.
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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TO-BELONG1* gehört
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INVOLVED2 dabei
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Deaf people start signing from a very early age.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-SIGN1A
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 all{tag}
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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ABOVE3A^*
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TO-SIGN1A
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I’m still not fed up with it.
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I1
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EXHAUSTING5 genug
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I’m just so used to signing.
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ALREADY1A schon
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HABIT1 gewohnt
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You’re used to it.
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HABIT1 gewohnt
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TO-SIGN1A
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But for hearing people, sign language is difficult and it’s exhausting to sign.
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FOR1 für
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HEARING1B hörend
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TO-SIGN1A gebärdensprache
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LANGUAGE4A
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HEAVY1A schwer
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EXHAUSTING3 ansntreng{end}
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TO-SIGN1A [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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To me, speaking is more exhausting. $ORAL^ aber
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I1^ für mich
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TO-SPEAK5* sprechen
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EXHAUSTING3 anstreng{end}
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I1
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$GEST^
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I don’t mind signing.
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TO-SIGN1A
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I2* für mich
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CARELESS3B* [MG]
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$GEST^
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That’s true.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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Once I signed for a long time, basically all day.
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ONCE1 einmal
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WAS1
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I2
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LONG-TIME1B #name2
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DAY1A* tag
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A [MG]
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Suddenly, something went wrong and I was completely off beam.
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ONCE1 ein{mal}
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OF-ALL-THINGS1B [MG]
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DEVIATION1^* schief
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I1
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ASKEW1
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I bought something wrong or confused certain things.
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WRONG4 falsch
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TO-SIGN1A
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TO-BUY1A kaufen
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OR5* oder
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TO-CHANGE12* um um
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ALLOWED1 darf
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I was just wrong. I1
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WRONG4 falsch
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ASKEW1
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It was just as though my thoughts were slower than my signs.
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END1^*
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LIKE6* wie
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TO-SIGN1A
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FAST3A schnell
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TO-THINK1B*
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DEFICIT1^
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My signs were faster than my thoughts, or the other way around.
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A
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ALREADY1B* [MG]
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ADVANCE1
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ALREADY1B schon
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TO-CHANGE2A* um um
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I didn’t think right.
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I1
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TO-THINK1B
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DEVIATION1^* schief
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I2
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Sometimes I notice that when I’m signing for a long time, things go wrong.
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ALREADY1A schon
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TO-MEMORISE1 bemerkt
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LONG-TIME1A lang
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TO-SIGN1A
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ASKEW1* schief
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I have to stop for a while and just look at the others before I join in again, you need to take turns.
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MUST1A muss
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TO-SIGN1A
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TO-INTERVENE1A^
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TO-RESTRAIN1B*
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$INDEX1*
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TO-SIGN1A
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT3* [MG]
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DONE1A
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$GEST^
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TO-LOOK-AT3* [MG]
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TO-SWAP3A abwechseln
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Then it’s enjoyable for me.
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FOR1^* für
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PLEASANT2 angenehm
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Whenever I sign continuously, I do realize that I start making mistakes.
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THROUGH1A durch
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TO-SIGN1A
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ALREADY1A schon
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TO-MEMORISE1 be{merkt}
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ASKEW1* schief
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Other than that, hearing people and deaf people pretty much have the same everyday life.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ But that’s normal.
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USUAL1 normal
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LIKE4A wie
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$GEST-OFF^
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HEARING1A hörend
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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EQUAL1C gl{eich}
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1
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EQUAL1A [MG]
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Can you think of anything else typical for everyday life?
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Nowadays, my everyday life consists of taking care of my two children.
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NOW3* jetzt
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I1
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* alltag
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I1
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ONLY2B nur
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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CHILD2* kinder
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CARE1 kümmern
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I also show them sign language.
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I1 ich
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FOR1* für
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TO-EXPLAIN1 erklä{ren}
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TO-SIGN1A gebärdensprache
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LANGUAGE4A
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The signs.
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TO-SIGN1A
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The children are very interested in it and their signing is so cute.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$INDEX1
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CHILD2* kinder
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TO-SIGN1A
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SWEET1 süß
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$GEST-OFF^*
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My life has changed but I still use sign language every single day.
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TO-LIVE1B* leben
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TO-ALTER1* ändern
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LANGUAGE4^
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FOR1^* für mich
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I1
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$GEST-OFF^
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REGULARLY1A* jede
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DAY1A* tag
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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TO-SIGN1A gebärdensprache
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LANGUAGE4A
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH2 benutzen
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$GEST-OFF^
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And my children know how to sign.
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MY1 mein
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CHILD2* kind
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CAN2A kann
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TO-SIGN1A
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But that’s cute.
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$ORAL^ aber
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Additionally, in your everyday life you also have to speak when you’re at work, right? SWEET1* süß
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BUT1*
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FOR1 für
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$INDEX1
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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ALSO1A auch
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IN-ADDITION1* dazu
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TO-SPEAK3*
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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ALSO1A
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IN-ADDITION1* dazu
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Yes.
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YES1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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But I don’t work anymore.
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I2
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NOW3* jetzt
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TO-WORK1 arbeiten
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NOT3B nicht mehr
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$GEST-OFF^
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I’m a house wife now.
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I2
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NOW3* jetzt
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HOUSE1A hausfrau
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WOMAN1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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Right, you have children.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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CHILD2* kind
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I used to work, but now I’m a house wife because of the children. I stay at home.
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BUT1*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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WAS1 war
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TO-WORK1* arbeit
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NOW3*
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CHILD2
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THROUGH2B durch
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CHILD2*
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HOUSE1A hausfrau
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WOMAN1A
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AT-HOME2
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$GEST-OFF^
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I always have to go to the doctors.
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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PHYSICIAN1 arzt
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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I have to take care of the children, bring them to the kindergarten.
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$INDEX1
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CHILD2* kinder
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FOR1* für
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MISERY1 kümmern
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A
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KINDERGARTEN2 kindergarten
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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$GEST-OFF^
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I have appointments to adjust the hearing aids and so on.
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A
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$INDEX1
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EAR1
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TO-ADJUST-SWITCH1* einstellen
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s quite a lot of appointments I do have now.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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APPOINTMENT1A termin
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VERY6 [MG]
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FOR1 für mich
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I1
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NOW3* jetzt
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It’s not like it used to be, when I hung out with deaf people and just talked.
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LIKE3A* wie
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$INDEX1
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NOT3A nicht
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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$GEST-OFF^
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MORE1 mehr
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-MEET1*
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A
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It’s changed a little because of the kids.
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NOW3 jetzt
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I1
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BIT3* bisschen
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TO-CHANGE1A* um
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You concentrate more on that.
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BECAUSE-OF2B wegen
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TO-FOCUS1
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CHILD2* kinder
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MORE1 mehr
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$GEST-OFF^
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Yes, you concentrate more on it.
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MORE1* mehr
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TO-FOCUS1
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$GEST-OFF^
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And I have two little ones.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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SMALL5* klein
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$GEST-OFF^
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It’s not easy, going out by yourself with two small children is not easy.
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NOT3A nicht
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EASY1 einfach
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INTEREST1A^ allein
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WITH1A mit
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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SMALL5* klein
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CHILD2* kind
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AWAY1 fort
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EASY1 einfach
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$GEST-OFF^
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But your life changes with children nonetheless.
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$ORAL^ aber
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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TO-CHANGE1A*
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THROUGH2A* durch
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CHILD2 kind
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TO-CHANGE1A*
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Yes, it does change.
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YES1A*
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You start taking care of everyone. TO-CHANGE1A*
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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What does that mean for your life?
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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When I was still small, my mom took care of me and at some point, I will take care of my own children.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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SELF1A*
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TO-BELONG1^ ich
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||SMALL5* klein
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MOTHER2* mutter
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CARE1* pflege
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THEN1A dann
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CARE1
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That feels different.
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FEELING2B gefühl
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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ATTENTION1A^
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Yes, that’s different, that’s true.
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YES1A
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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Everyday life is also a part of your life.
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* alltag
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ALSO1A auch
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IN-ADDITION1^* dazu
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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$GEST-OFF^
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School, work, children, meeting people, going out.
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SCHOOL1A schule
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TO-WORK1 arbeiten
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CHILD2* kinder
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Yes.
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YES1A*
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TO-MEET1 treff
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AWAY1* fort
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s all part of everyday life.
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GENERALLY1B* allgemein
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You’re still in school, so you don’t have to worry.
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NOW3 jetzt
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1* alltag
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YOU1* du
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STILL4A* noch
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SCHOOL1A schule
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TO-STAY1*
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But when it all starts and you join hearing people in the work place, you’ll notice that things change.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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YOU1* du
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^* los
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HEARING1A hörend
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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TO-JOIN1A^*
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YOU1* du
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FEELING3 gefühl
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TO-ALTER1* ändern
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True, I’m about to leave school. Life will change abruptly. YOU1*
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A [MG]
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I1 ich
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TO-ALTER1 [MG]
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SOON2 [MG]
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TO-DISMISS1* entlassen
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I1
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And then?
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THEN1A dann
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Then I will get my Abitur [general qualification for university entrance] in Essen.
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$GEST^
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THEN1A
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$INDEX1* in
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ESSEN-CITY1 essen
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A-LEVEL1 abitur
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Ah, you keep going.
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I don’t think I can start working already.
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I1 ich FURTHER1A* weiter
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TO-WORK1 arbeiten
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FEELING1*
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CAN1*
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I feel that if I’m working, I need to speak.
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FEELING2A fühle
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TO-WORK1* arbeiten
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TO-SPEAK3 [MG]
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TO-WORK2* arbeiten
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$PROD*
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I need the exchange, I need the time to talk to people.
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TO-NEED1* brauchen
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TO-SWARM1^
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MORE1* mehr
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TIME1 zeit
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TO-SIGN1G
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ALREADY1A [MG]
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That’s why it’s better for me if I continue going to school.
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RATHER1 lieber
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SCHOOL1A schule
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TO-JOIN1A*
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Great. Fachabitur? [vocational baccalaureate diploma]
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FURTHER1A weiter GOOD1*
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A-LEVEL1 fachabitur
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Yes, nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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It’ll stay with you.
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FURTHER1A weiter
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COHERENCE1A^
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$GEST-OFF^
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Yes. Until you’re done and then start/
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YES2 ja UNTIL1 bis
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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DONE1B fertig
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THEN1A dann
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TO-JOIN1A^*
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Start an apprenticeship.
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EDUCATION1 ausbildung
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$GEST-OFF^*
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… an apprenticeship.
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TO-WORK1* ar{beiten}
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TO-JOIN1B
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EDUCATION1* ausbildung
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$GEST-OFF^*
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But would you like to work with deaf people? Or not?
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YOU1*
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TO-WANT1B will
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WITH1A mit
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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HAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH1 zu tun
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YOU1*
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Yes, I do. OR5 oder
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$GEST-OFF^
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I1
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TO-LIKE4*
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PAST1^ will You do?
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It would be better to have a job where there are both hearing and deaf people. YOU1* will
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BETTER1 besser
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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PART1B teil
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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PART1B teil
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HEARING1A* hör
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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If everyone was hearing it would be hard for me.
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ALL1A* alle
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PURE1
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HEARING1A hörend
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ [MG]
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Yes, that’s better.
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YES2*
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FOR1^* für
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BETTER1
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HEAVY3* schwer
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If a couple of deaf people were there, it’d be better, more comfortable for me.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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BETTER1* besser
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MORE1 mehr
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PLEASANT2 angenehm
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If everyone were deaf, that’d be great.
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WAS1
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ALL1A alle
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A deaf
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WAS1 wäre
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SUPER1 toll
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Yes, it would work well that way.
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YES2* ja
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LIKE-THIS4 so geht
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TO-GO4*
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Yes.
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YES2
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In everyday life, when you’re at home or elsewhere, you always think:
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ALSO1A auch
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag
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TO-LIVE1A* leben
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AT-HOME1A zu hause
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OR5* o{der}
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AWAY1 fort
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$GEST-OFF^
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GENERALLY1A* allgemein
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YES1A*
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TO-THINK1B denken
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The both of us are here right now, but is everything alright at home? Is the television turned off?
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BOTH2A*
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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SQUARE2^ zu hause
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B* alles in ordnung
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DEVIATION3^
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TELEVISION1B*
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FROM7* aus
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If there were water boiling you wouldn’t even hear it.
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WATER3A wasser
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TO-COOK2C kochen
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TO-HEAR2 hören
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NOT3B*
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$GEST-OFF^
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So you have to check if everything is really turned off. Well.
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MUST1A muss
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TO-THINK1B
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TO-LOOK-AT5* schauen
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FROM7* aus
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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GOOD1* gut
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When you’re done cooking you have to turn everything off.
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TO-COOK1* kochen
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DONE1A fertig
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FROM7* aus
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Hearing people can just hear if their stove, for example, is still turned on. I, as a deaf person, always have to check.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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TO-HEAR1 hören
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TO-HEAR2*
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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FROM7* aus
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TO-HEAR2*
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I1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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MUST1A
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TO-WATCH-OUT4* aufpass
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TO-LOOK-AWAY-AND-BACK1^*||TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1A*
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MUST1A muss
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It’s the same with children, you have to check if everything’s alright.
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ALSO1A auch
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CHILD2* kind
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TO-LOOK1||$INDEX1*
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IF1 ob
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GOOD1^* gut
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Hearing people just hear what the kids are doing in the next room.
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HEARING1A* hör
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TO-HEAR1 [MG]
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SIGNAL1* [MG]
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CHILD2 kind
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1* [MG]
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TO-MAKE2* was machen
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$INDEX1
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Deaf people have to check if they’re doing well.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^
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TO-SEE1 muss schauen
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$INDEX1
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GOOD1
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I always have to check.
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TO-LOOK-AT1*
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I1 muss
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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I1* kontrolle
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CONTROL1
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$GEST-OFF^
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I can’t leave the kids to their own devices.
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CHILD2
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ALONE4* allein
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TO-LET1 lass
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CAN1*
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I always have to be with them.
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I1 muss
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ALWAYS1C immer
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INVOLVED1A dabei
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TO-ACCOMPANY1A*
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If they hit each other and cry, I won’t hear it.
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TO-BEAT1^* hauen
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TO-CRY1* weinen
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I1
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TO-HEAR1* hör
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NOT3B nicht
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$INDEX1
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When they’re playing, I have to be with them at all times, for example if the stove is on.
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I1
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MUST1A muss
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LIKE4B*
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ALSO1A*
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CHILD2*
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TO-PLAY1 spielen
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I2
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INVOLVED1A dabei
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AND2A* und
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THERE-IS3 es gibt
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HE-SHE-IT2
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TO-TURN1B^
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$ALPHA1:H-E-R-D herd
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TO-TURN1B^ an
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Then I have to close the kitchen door.
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I2 küche
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KITCHEN3C*
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CLOSE-DOOR1 zu
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I always have to walk around checking everything.
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I2 ich
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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CONTROL1 kontrolle
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$PROD*
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It’s more exhausting for deaf people than for hearing people.
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There’s a lot of control.
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MORE1 mehr MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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EXHAUSTING1 [MG] CONTROL1 kontrolle
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$GEST-OFF^*
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FOR1 für
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehör{los}
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HEARING1A hörend
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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Sometimes, when I’m lying in bed, I start feeling unsure and check whether the kids are actually sleeping.
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$GEST^ ja
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BED1A manchmal schlaf
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$INDEX1
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MAYBE1* [MG]
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I1
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SECURE1 sicher
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CONTROL1
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BED1B* schlaf
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FOR1^
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$INDEX1
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BED1B schlaf
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FOR1^*
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Sometimes the flash signal machine doesn’t work. SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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FLASH1
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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NOT3A nicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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When the children make noises, the machine doesn’t light up.
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$PROD* [MG]
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FLASH1
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NOT3A nicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s unsafe.
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APPROXIMATELY2^
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s why I have to check up on the children more often.
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HENCE1* deshalb
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ALWAYS1A
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MORE1 mehr
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CONTROL1* kontrolle kontrolle
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TO-LOOK2* schauen
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TO-LOOK2* schauen
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Deaf parents face greater challenges when they raise children.
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CHILD2 kind
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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MORE1 mehr
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ACTIVE3B^ [MG]
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EXHAUSTING1 [MG]
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You need to get up and see if everything is alright.
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TO-GET-UP1* auf
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TO-LOOK-AT2
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$GEST^
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GOOD1* gut
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TO-GET-UP1*
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Hearing people just hear it and can go to sleep.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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TO-HEAR1
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* [MG]
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TO-SLEEP1B* [MG]
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That’s different.
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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$GEST-OFF^*
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It’s also a part of everyday life.
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EVERYDAY-LIFE1 alltag Yes, that’s how it is.
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YES2
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TO-BELONG1 gehört
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IN-CONTAINED2* dazu
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$GEST-OFF^
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Just like when speaking, the machine lights up, but the children don’t really cry, they just go blah blah blah.
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LIKE4A* wie
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ALSO1A auch
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TO-SPEAK2^ bla bla bla
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$INDEX1
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FLASH1* blitz
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REALLY2* meist
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CONTENT3*
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TO-CRY1*
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NOTHING1A nicht
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ONLY2B nur
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LIKE6* wie
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TO-SPEAK2^ #lalala
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But I assume they’re crying and open the door to the room, even if the children are just babbling. As soon as they see me, it’s over.
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I1
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TO-THINK1A denke
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TO-CRY3* weinen
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SECURE1 sicher
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DOOR1A*
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OPEN-DOOR1A*
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RESULT1 ergeb{nis}
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TO-SPEAK2^ bla
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TO-LOOK-AT1*
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END3^ aus
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$GEST-OFF^
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Hearing people know what’s going on, they know that the kids are just babbling and can keep the door shut.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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$GEST^
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TO-SPEAK2 bla bla
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CAN2A kann
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CHAMBER1A zimmer
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CLOSE-DOOR1 zu
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It’s just baby talk.
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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$INDEX1
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TO-SPEAK2^ bla
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But deaf people don’t know if the signal is flashing because the children are crying, or because they’re babbling.
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BUT1* aber
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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DONT-KNOW2 weiß ni{cht}
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FLASH1* blitz
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SELF1A* selbst
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Yes. TO-CRY1* weinen
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YES2
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OR5* oder
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$INDEX1
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That’s true. TO-SPEAK2 unterhalten
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B
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$GEST-OFF^*
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You’re unsure and check to know what’s going on.
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UNDECIDED1 [MG]
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$INDEX1
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OPEN-DOOR1A [MG]
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||THANKS1^
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ [MG]
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OPEN-DOOR1A*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s true.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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Yes, it isn’t easy. $GEST^
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Even at boarding school, I would visit my friend at night and we talked until somebody opened the door and caught us. EASY1 einfach
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ALSO1A auch
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I1 ich
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BOARDING-SCHOOL1A internat
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I1
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TIME1^* mitternacht
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NIGHT2
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FRIEND6 freund
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I2*
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A* besuchen
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TO-SIGN1A*
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EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING2B* erzieher
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$PROD*
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OVER-AND-DONE1 aus
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That’s when I was quiet. I1
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SILENT2*
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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SILENT2 [MG]
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I2
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We had been heard.
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$INDEX1
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EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING2B* erzieher
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TO-HEAR1
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ALREADY1A schon
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Deaf people don’t notice that.
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I1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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$GEST-OFF^*
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TO-HEAR2* hört
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NOTHING1A nichts
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That was it, we had to be quiet.
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I2
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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SILENT2 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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They caught you red-handed.
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YES1A* ja
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TO-ARREST-SB2^ erw{ischt}
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When hearing people hear something, they can also pretend they’re asleep.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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HEARING1A* hör
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TO-HEAR1B^
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$PROD*
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CAN2A kann
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NO3B^*
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BED1A
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So easy, right?
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EASY1 ein{fach}
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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The boarding school, is it an old school?
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BOARDING-SCHOOL1A
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SCHOOL1A schule
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OLD5A alt
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SCHOOL1A schule
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$INDEX1
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Yes.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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That means that there are both deaf and hearing people there, or how does it work?
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MEANING1^* bedeu{tet}
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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HEARING1A* hörend
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INTEGRATION1 [MG]
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Integrated together.
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INTEGRATION1 [MG]
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WHAT1B* was
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We’re 500 students in total.
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OVERALL1B*
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:5 fünfhundert
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SCHOOL1A schüler
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SUMMARY1 500? That many?
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:5 fünfhundert
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VERY6*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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Does that include hard of hearing students?
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WITH1A schwerhörig
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HARD-OF-HEARING1*
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WITHOUT1* ohne
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Hard of hearing people, deaf people and students with auditive processing disorder.
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HARD-OF-HEARING1 schwerhörig
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$INDEX1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A $GEST^
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BIT2A bisschen
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HEARING1B hören
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PERCEPTION1*
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PROBLEM2A problem
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$GEST-OFF^
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Everyone is together.
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SUMMARY1*
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So the ones with a speech defect?
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INCLUSIVE1^*
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TO-SPEAK4
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MISTAKE2 fehler
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That, too, everything is mixed together.
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TO-BELONG1
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ALSO1A auch
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INCLUSIVE1^
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Does it work well?
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$INDEX1
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AND2A und
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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GOOD1 gut
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PROCEEDING1A
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In the beginning, not at all.
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BEGINNING1A* anfang SCHOOL1A schule
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TO-JOIN1A*
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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There was a deaf group, separated from the hard of hearing.
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MORE1* mehr
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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GROUP1A*
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HEARING1B*
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HARD-OF-HEARING1* schwerhör{ig}
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TO-SEPARATE1A trenn
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Some of the deaf people were in contact to hard of hearing students that knew how to sign.
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SEVERAL1
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HEARING1A*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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AIM2^
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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CONTACT2B kontakt
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WITH1A mit
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HARD-OF-HEARING1* sch{wer}hör{ig}
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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CAN1 kann
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$INDEX1*
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Those relationships work well.
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GOOD1 [MG]
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CONTACT2B*
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BOTH1*
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But the rest; there are a lot of hard of hearing students that don’t know how to sign.
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BUT1* aber
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SPARE4 rest
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE3^* [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE3^
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HARD-OF-HEARING1* sch{wer}hö{rig}
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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If I try to talk to them, they arrogantly look away.
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TO-SHOUT1C
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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$PROD*
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TO-LOOK-AT2* [MG]
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$PROD*
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What’s the deal with that?
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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With us deaf people it’s always easy/ They’re never interested.
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I1 $GEST-OFF^*
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EASY1 einfach ALWAYS1A
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STILL5^*
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ALWAYS1A immer
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NO-INTEREST1 [MG]
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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Exactly, the deaf people are more interested in a solid, common group. $GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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GROUP1A*
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ALWAYS1A*
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REGULAR4B stamm
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I notice that hard of hearing people have smaller groups.
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ALREADY1A* schon
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TO-MEMORISE1* bemerkt
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HARD-OF-HEARING1* schwe{hörig}
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GROUP1A^* [MG]
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Deaf people are all together.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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ALL1C alle
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GROUP1A* zusamm
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Of course, the fifth to eleventh grade, that's not a lot of people.
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CLEAR1A* klar
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5* fünf
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UNTIL1 bis
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$NUM-TEEN2A:1d* elf
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TOGETHER1A*
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NOT3A nicht
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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CLASS8*
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In my class we're only four.
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MY1 klasse
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ONLY2B nur
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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It’s different: six/
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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Four, that’s it?
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1D:6d* sechs $NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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DONE1A
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So few!
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Yes, we’re four. LITTLE-BIT4
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MY1
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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That’s different: others are six, eight, four, three, groups of different sizes.
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DISTINCT1* versch{ieden}
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1D:6d* sechs
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:8d acht
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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||DISTINCT1* verschieden
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TOGETHER1A* zusammen
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In my class, we’re the smallest group with four.
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I2 meine
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CLASS8* klasse
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MOST1A [MG]
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LITTLE-BIT4 wenig
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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There are two groups, the deaf girls and the deaf boys.
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MOST1A meist{ens}
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TOGETHER1C
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GIRL4 mädel
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LAD6* bub
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GROUP1A^*
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In our deaf group we sign with each other, have a lot of facial expressions, make jokes and laugh together, we have a strong exchange.
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TO-SIGN1G
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FACIAL-EXPRESSION1 mimik
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FUNNY1 lustig
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TO-LAUGH2 lach
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TO-EMPLOY5*
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TO-SWARM1^*
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The hearing and hard of hearing students sometimes give us funny looks.
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HEARING1B hörend
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HARD-OF-HEARING1* sch{wer}hör{ig}
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ALREADY1A* schon
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TO-MEMORISE1* bemerkt
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TO-LOOK-AT6
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$GEST^ [MG]
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They wonder what us deaf people are doing.
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MEANING1* [MG]
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TO-MAKE2 was machen
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$INDEX1
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$GEST-OFF^*
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You do notice that, but I don’t really pay any attention to it.
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ALREADY1A schon
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TO-MEMORISE1* bemerkt
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DONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY1 [MG]
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That’s how it developed.
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TO-DEVELOP1A [MG]
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It’s been like that for four years and I am almost done with school.
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NOW3* jetzt
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ALREADY1A schon
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YEAR1A* vier jahre
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TO-DISMISS1 entlassen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I haven’t seen it getting better.
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TO-SEE1
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BETTER1* besser What does that feel like for you?
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$INDEX1
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ALSO1A auch
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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NOT4 nicht
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FEELING3 gefühl
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$INDEX1
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Do you feel like it’s better through the integration or do you feel more isolated as a deaf person?
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BETTER1 besser
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INTEGRATION1
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OR5 oder
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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ALONE4* allein
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$INDEX1
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How do you feel about that?
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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FEELING3 gefühl
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It’s a lot better when you’re just around deaf people. YOU1* du
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* gehörl{os}
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ALONE4 allein
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GROUP1A*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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BETTER1 be{sser}
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We get taught English together, that’s great.
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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INVOLVED1A*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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BETTER1
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You’re just used to it; it’s different when you’re around the others.
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HABIT1 gewohnt
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GROUP1A*
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$INDEX1
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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$INDEX1*
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Still it doesn’t work with the integration and I still think that integration is senseless.
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NEVERTHELESS2A tro{tzdem}
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INTEGRATION1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-SEE1
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SENSE1* sinnlos
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$MORPH-LESS1
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I’m in contact with a few hearing people that I taught some signs to.
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SEVERAL1
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I2 hörend
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HEARING1A
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CONTACT2B kontakt
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TO-EXPLAIN1 erklären
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TO-SIGN1G
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$INDEX1
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I’ve taught them a couple of things and they understand them, but once they try signing something themselves, it doesn’t work.
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$INDEX1
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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$INDEX1
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehen
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CONVERSELY1* um
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TO-SIGN1G
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$INDEX1
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SLIP-OF-THE-HANDS1 [MG]
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WHAT1B
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Oh well, but I told them they could try talking to the other deaf people as well.
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WHY1 warum
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NOT4 nicht
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$PROD*
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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TO-SIGN1G
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They said they would, but I haven’t seen them once.
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$INDEX1
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YES2 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Never.
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ZERO6B* null
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They prefer to talk amongst each other.
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$PROD* [MG]
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TO-SPEAK2* [MG]
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Sure, they feel comfortable listening and they understand what the others are saying, but signing is difficult for them.
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CLEAR1A* klar
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WELL1
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TO-SPEAK2^*
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehen
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$INDEX1
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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They just don’t want to sign.
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TO-SIGN1G
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$GEST-OFF^ WEAK1^ [MG]
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Yes.
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YES2 And the conversations are very superficial.
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AND1 und
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TO-SIGN1G darum
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MUST1A^* oberflächlich
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SURFACE1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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You wouldn’t want to speak either.
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LIKE3A* auch
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$INDEX1*
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TO-SPEAK5 [MG]
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SELF1A* selbst
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ALSO1A* auch
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Yes, that’s true.
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YES2 [MG]
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WEAK1^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B
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That’s why it is that way.
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THUS1 deswegen
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I2
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LIKE-THIS1 [MG]
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That’s also why I prefer my group of deaf people.
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THEREFORE1* darum
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I2
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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GROUP1A*
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I2
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MORE1 mehr
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PLEASANT2* ange{nehm}
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You can talk about more profound topics, use your facial expressions, exchange opinions.
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CAN2A kann
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DEEP1* tief
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SUBJECT1 thema
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I1*
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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FACIAL-EXPRESSION1 mimik
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OPINION1A mei{nung}
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DISCUSSION1A*
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With hearing and hard of hearing people, well, I feel different there.
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HARD-OF-HEARING1 schwerhörig
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HEARING1A^*
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I1||$INDEX1
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$GEST^ [MG]
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WHAT1A^
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I1||$GEST-OFF^*
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FEELING3
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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DIFFERENT1 [MG]
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I don’t know if there’s a sort of barrier, and deaf people just go too far while hearing people stay reserved and don’t exceed limits.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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HIS-HER1
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$INDEX1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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BORDER1A grenze
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DIFFERENT1 [MG]
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ABOVE2A^*
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OUTDOORS2^ zu weit
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TO-RESTRAIN1A
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HEARING1A* hör
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MODERATE1* maß
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BORDER1A*
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Deaf people don’t care, they just ask.
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$INDEX1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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I-DONT-CARE1 wurscht
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QUESTION1 frag
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WHATEVER3* egal
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s just what it’s like for us deaf people.
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WHATEVER3* egal
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WE1B [MG]
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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It’s our culture.
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MY1
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CULTURE1A kultur
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Hearing people look at you weird and find it outrageous.
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HEARING1A* hör
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TO-SEE1
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BIT2A bisschen
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IMPOSSIBLE2 {un}möglich
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$INDEX4
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When I asked a teacher a question, she gives me a funny look and thinks it’s outrageous.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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QUESTION1 frage
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TO-LOOK-AT1*
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$INDEX1
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IMPOSSIBLE2 unmö{glich}
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But I am deaf after all, I don’t catch everything.
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$GEST-OFF^
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I2 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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I1 [MG]
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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NONE3* kein
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6A*
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NOT3A nicht
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s why integration doesn’t work.
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THEREFORE1* darum
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I2 [MG]
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INTEGRATION1
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So, if it continues like this, I don’t think integration makes anything better.
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TO-SEE1 seh
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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PROCEEDING1A*
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I1
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TO-BELIEVE2B* glaube
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NOT3A
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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INTEGRATION1
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BETTER1* besser
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But I do think that it works for some, that’s where integration works well/
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TO-BELIEVE2B* glaube
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SEVERAL1
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GOOD1* gut
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INTEGRATION1 in{tegration}
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For hard of hearing and hearing people, integration works well.
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$ORAL^ aber
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YES1A* ja IF-OR-WHEN1
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HARD-OF-HEARING1 schwerhör
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WITH1A
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HEARING1B hörend
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klapp
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Yes. But/ INTEGRATION1 inte{gration}
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YES1A
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YES2^
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But integration for deaf people doesn’t really work.
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BUT1* aber
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BUT1* aber DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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Hard of hearing and deaf people can approach one another through sign language.
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HARD-OF-HEARING1 schwerhörig
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INTEGRATION1 [MG]
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WITH1A mit
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APPROXIMATELY1^ [MG]
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TO-SIGN1G
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Hard of hearing and deaf people.
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HARD-OF-HEARING1 schwerhörig
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CAN1 kann
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BIT3* bisschen HEARING1B {hö}rend
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INTEGRATION1
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BIT3* bisschen
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But it just doesn’t work with hearing people.
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BUT1* aber
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HEARING1A hörend
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Not at all. I wouldn’t get anything.
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ZERO6B* null
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NO3B^ [MG]
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I2 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ [MG]
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Usually, I’m in the same group of deaf people all the time.
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MOST1A meistens
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1B
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$PROD*
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REGULAR4B stamm
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AREA1E^
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OVERLAP1^
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There might be hearing people around, maybe looking at us, but oh well.
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HEARING1A hör{end}
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TO-SWARM1^* [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT2^* auch
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$PROD* [MG]
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I2
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Most of the hearing people talk to one another, come up and speak.
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MOST2 meistens
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HEARING1A hörend
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TO-SPEAK2* [MG]
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$PROD*
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TO-SPEAK2 [MG]
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In those situations, I don’t know if they’re talking to me or someone else.
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I2 [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT1 [MG]
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TO-BELIEVE2A glaube
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ON-PERSON1*
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I2
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TO-SPEAK2
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ON-PERSON1* auf
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CHEEKY2 frech
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$INDEX1
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OR5* oder
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$PROD* [MG]
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$GEST^ aber
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The other way around, I sign and look around.
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CONVERSELY1* um
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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I2
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TO-SIGN1G
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT3
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Once during lunch break, a girl approached me as I was just looking around.
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ONCE1 einmal
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I1
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$INDEX1* pause
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TO-RING-BELL2^
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I1* [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT3^ schauen
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GIRL4 mädel
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$INDEX1*
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ON-PERSON1* auf
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$GEST^ was soll das
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I didn’t know what she wanted.
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I2 und
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TO-LOOK-AT1*
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$GEST^ [MG]
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She looked at me and meant to talk to me, but I didn’t know what she wanted.
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ON-PERSON1* auf
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TO-SEE1*
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ALLOWED1 darf
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$INDEX1
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WHAT1B* was
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TO-PEEK2 guckst
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THE1 das
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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I told her that I am deaf.
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I1
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TO-LOOK-AT1 [MG]
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I2
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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Then, I didn’t pay any attention to her.
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I2
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TO-IGNORE1* [MG]
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She threw something at me and I saw her walk off grimly.
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$INDEX1
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$PROD* [MG]
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TO-THROW1* werfen
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TO-SEE1*
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GRUMPY1 [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT4^*
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT1
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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I told my teacher about it and asked if she knew about it.
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I2
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TO-LET-KNOW1A^* lehrer
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I2
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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WOMAN2C* frau
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$ALPHA1:Z #name1
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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TO-SEE1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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My teacher explained to the girl what being deaf meant and what she has to be aware of.
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$INDEX1
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TO-EXPLAIN1* erklärt
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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CONTENT3*
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WHAT1A was
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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Deaf people need to have eye contact or be tapped if you want something from them, things like that.
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TO-LOOK-AT3*
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TO-NEED1* brauch
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$GEST-OFF^
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LIKE4A*
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||TO-TOUCH1* mal anfassen
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TO-LOOK-AT5
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WHAT1B was
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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TO-LET-KNOW1A^*
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OR5* oder
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$GEST-OFF^
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Just that it’s a different life, a different culture.
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DIFFERENT1 an{ders}
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TO-LIVE1A* leb
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CULTURE1A*
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DIFFERENT1
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Once she knew, the girl came up to me and apologized.
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TO-LOOK-AT1^* [MG]
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$PROD*
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APOLOGY1 {ent}schul{digung}
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“I didn’t know that and I find it very interesting.“
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I1
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NOT3A nicht
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A gewusst
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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MORE1 aber
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$INDEX1 viel
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
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INTEREST1A inter{essant}
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Interesting, maybe, but four years later she still doesn’t know a single sign.
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I1 [MG]
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INTEREST1A interes{sant}
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BUT1* aber
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$INDEX1*
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TO-SIGN1A
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UNTIL-TODAY2 bis jetzt
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YEAR1B* vier jahre
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NONE7 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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Why did she say she thought it was interesting?
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TO-SIGN1A
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INTEREST1A wie
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WHY1 warum
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$INDEX1
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She wanted to learn sign language, but nothing happened.
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CURIOUS4 [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A
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GLADLY1 gern
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TO-LEARN1^*
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AND2A
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NOW3*
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$GEST-OFF^
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So I just left it.
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I1
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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TO-LET1 lassen
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It was as though she only said it so it would be something positive and I would be happy, but in the end, oh well.
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LIKE4A*
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TO-TELL4*
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AFTERWARDS1A^ damit
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I1
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POSITIVE1 po{sit}iv
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HAPPY1 freu
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$GEST-OFF^ aber
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TO-SEE1* [MG]
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The result was nothing.
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$GEST-OFF^
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RESULT1
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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Nothing.
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I2
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NOTHING1A
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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NOTHING1A [MG]
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Oh well, I didn’t care.
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I1
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WHATEVER3* [MG]
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But that’s why it’s just different.
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BUT1* aber
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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BIT2A||$INDEX1
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WEIRD3 [MG]
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TO-BELONG1*
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I had only looked around and already she felt attacked.
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LIKE4A* wie
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TO-LOOK-AT5* sehen
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TO-THINK1B [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT1^*
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PROBLEM1^ du aggressiv
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YOU1*
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$ORAL^ warum
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But deaf people are like that, they need to look around.
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I1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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TO-SEE1
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TO-SEE9B^
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TO-NEED1* brauchen
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Well, once/ $GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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When I went to school, everyone was deaf.
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I2 I1
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ONCE1 einmal
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BACK-THEN1*
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I2
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I2 ich
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SCHOOL1A schule
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EVERYHTING2 alle
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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I felt very comfortable there.
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FOR1^*
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VERY6 [MG]
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WELL1 wohl
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s right. I could sign.
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TO-SIGN1G*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B
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CAN2A kann
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$GEST^
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In those three years I also felt comfortable. Yes, we were a lot of people.
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I2*
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$INDEX1*
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YEAR1A* drei jahre
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$INDEX1 da
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WELL1 wohl AREA1A^*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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AREA1A^*
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I felt comfortable.
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WELL1 [MG]
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I can’t really imagine how integration would work.
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CROSS1A^ darum
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INTEGRATION1
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I1 ich
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CAN2A* kann nicht
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IMAGINATION3 vor{stellen}
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A [MG]
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Once, I talked to an educator.
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ONCE1 einmal
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I1
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EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING2A erz{ieher}
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A* geb{ärden}
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I2
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^* [MG]
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I2 [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A*
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She was learning how to interpret.
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$INDEX1
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INTERPRETER1 dolmet{scher}
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TO-LEARN1* lern
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She had just passed the intermediate course.
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NOW3*
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BEGINNING1A anfänger
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GOOD1^*
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STEP1 fortge{schritten}
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TO-PASS-OR-TO-PERSIST1 bestanden
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$INDEX1
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She was good, but not great. Just good.
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GOOD1*
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VERY6 [MG]
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MEDIOCRE1 [MG]
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GOOD1*
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When another deaf person came over, I started talking to them.
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I1
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TO-SIGN1B*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* [MG]
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$INDEX2*
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$INDEX1
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$PROD* [MG]
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We were talking and the educator was also involved.
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I1
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TO-SIGN1G* [MG]
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I2
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TO-SIGN1B*
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-SIGN1A
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Later, she called me to see her and asked why I had shown her the middle finger.
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$INDEX1
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LATER4* spät
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TO-SAY1*
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I1
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COME-HERE1* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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WHY1 warum
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ON-PERSON1* auf
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ASSHOLE1^ [MG]
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WHY1 warum
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I immediately said that that wasn’t true and I hadn’t done it.
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT1
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I1 [MG]
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NO1B*
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NONE7*
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I1
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She said, “Yes, you did!“
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$NAME* denk
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HOWEVER1A doch
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“No, I didn’t. I’m innocent! I didn’t do that!“
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I2
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NONE7* [MG]
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INNOCENT1 unschuldig
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I2
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NONE7* [MG]
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I only signed SELF. I2 ich
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TO-SIGN1B* gebärdet
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I2
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SELF1A* selbst
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“No, I don’t believe you. Why would you have signed SELF?“
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
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TO-BELIEVE2B glaub
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NOT3A
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I1 ich dir nicht
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YOU1*
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SELF1A selbst
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WHY1*
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I was completely stunned, I was innocent after all.
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I1
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$GEST-OFF^
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I1
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INNOCENT1 un{schuldig}
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NEUTRAL1A
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Then, I said to her, “Alright, if you don’t believe me we’ll go see the other deaf person that I was talking to. You can ask her what I was signing about you.“
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I2
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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I2*
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HONEST1* ehrlich
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$INDEX1
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TO-BELIEVE2B glaub
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NOT3A
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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GIRL2A* mädel
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ON-PERSON1
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QUESTION1* frag
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WHAT1B* was
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I1 ich
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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I hadn’t been rude to her.
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I2
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ON-PERSON1 auf
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CHEEKY2 frech
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NONE7* [MG]
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I2
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ASSHOLE1 [MG]
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NONE7*
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I2
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$GEST-OFF^
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So, she was supposed to go and ask.
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QUESTION1* frag
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$INDEX2
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The educator asked the other deaf girl and she said, “We didn’t do that, we’re innocent.“
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$NAME*
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QUESTION1* frag
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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YES2 [MG]
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NONE7* [MG]
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$ALPHA1:U-N unschul{dig}
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INNOCENT1
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I2*
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$GEST-OFF^
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We hadn’t done that, we were just talking normally. We didn’t say anything secret about her.
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NONE7* [MG]
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I2
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BOTH2B* beide
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USUAL1* normal
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TO-SIGN1A
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NONE7* [MG]
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ON-PERSON1 auf
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CHEEKY2
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We were on a completely different topic.
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I2 mein
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OPINION1A*
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DIFFERENT1 an{de}re
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SUBJECT1 thema
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The educator apologized to me.
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TO-LOOK-AT1* [MG]
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APOLOGY1 {ent}schul{digung}
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I then told her, “If something like that happens again, just openly ask.“
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I2
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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IF-OR-WHEN1
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ONCE1* noch einmal
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QUESTION1* fra{ge}
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HONEST1 ehrlich
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“But I was open.“
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I2
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HONEST1 ehrlich
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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I2
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She wasn’t that great at signing.
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YOU1* du
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TO-SIGN1G
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I2
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$INDEX1
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SUPER1||TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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ALSO1A
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NOT3A
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But she said, “I’m a great signer.“
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I1 ich
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CAN1 kann
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GOOD1 gut
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TO-SIGN1A gebärden
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Sure, alright.
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CLEAR1B klar
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She thought that her sign language was great, but I could really tell she wasn’t that good.
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YOU1 du
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